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I'm 62, single and never had a retirement account.  I have $100,000 to invest, but is it too late?

I’m 62, single and never had a retirement account. I have $100,000 to invest, but is it too late?

I am a 62 year-old single man and have never had a retirement account. I do own both my home and a rental property which are paid for and I have no other debt. I have $100,000 in savings which I would like to invest for retirement. In my current job I am saving $10,000 …

I’m 62, single and never had a retirement account. I have $100,000 to invest, but is it too late? Read More »

I'm 62, single and never had a retirement account.  I have $100,000 to invest, but is it too late?

I’m 62, single and never had a retirement account. I have $100,000 to invest, but is it too late?

I am a 62 year-old single man and have never had a retirement account. I do own both my home and a rental property which are paid for and I have no other debt. I have $100,000 in savings which I would like to invest for retirement. In my current job I am saving $10,000 …

I’m 62, single and never had a retirement account. I have $100,000 to invest, but is it too late? Read More »

Fed's Powell sparked a 1,000-point rout in the Dow.  Here's what investors should do next.

Fed’s Powell sparked a 1,000-point rout in the Dow. Here’s what investors should do next.

Now it might be the time to consider hiding out in short-dated Treasurys or corporate bonds and other defensive parts of the stock market. On Friday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell talked of a willingness to inflict “some pain” on households and businesses in an unusually blunt Jackson Hole speech that hinted at a 1970s-style …

Fed’s Powell sparked a 1,000-point rout in the Dow. Here’s what investors should do next. Read More »

Fed's Powell sparked a 1,000-point rout in the Dow.  Here's what investors should do next.

Fed’s Powell sparked a 1,000-point rout in the Dow. Here’s what investors should do next.

Now it might be the time to consider hiding out in short-dated Treasurys or corporate bonds and other defensive parts of the stock market. On Friday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell talked of a willingness to inflict “some pain” on households and businesses in an unusually blunt Jackson Hole speech that hinted at a 1970s-style …

Fed’s Powell sparked a 1,000-point rout in the Dow. Here’s what investors should do next. Read More »